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From "Hiram Chirino" <hi...@hiramchirino.com>
Subject Re: Question on the Openwire Generator
Date Mon, 23 Apr 2007 20:07:33 GMT
This sounds good to me.

On 4/23/07, Timothy Bish <tim.bish@sensis.com> wrote:
> Hey Guys
>
> This morning I was starting to look at submitting the openwire
> generation classes from ActiveMQ-CPP into the openwire generator when a
> thought occurred to me and I wanted to run the idea by you guys to see
> what you thought.
>
> Currently all the projects that have openwire generator scripts place
> all their openwire generator scripts in the activemq-openwire-genertor
> artifact.  So for instance there are java classes in the Openwire
> generator artifact for the Openwire-CPP project that has now be moved to
> the sandbox as nobody is maintaining it.  So it seems to me like it
> would probably be better to have the projects themselves create an
> artifact that is dependent on the activemq-openwire-generator artifact
> and include their own Openwire Generation classes there, making use of
> the base functionality provided in the current package.
>
> So I was thinking that I'd have ActiveMQ-CPP create an artifact called
> activemqcpp-openwire-generator which was dependent on the
> activemq-openwire-generator and then use that in our main pom.xml as the
> dependency for the ant task we currently have in place.  This way the
> code specific to the Project for generating the Openwire classes would
> live and die with its own project, not with the main ActiveMQ
> distribution.  This way when a project like the Openwire-CPP one for
> example stops being supported, its openwire scripts don't hang around in
> the activemq openwire generator artifact.
>
> What do you guys think?
>
> Regards
> Tim.
>


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Regards,
Hiram

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